We had mentally prepared ourselves - we were okay with it.
As much as we wanted to be there and to win the money, we saw how ugly the game was starting to get and we both promised each other that we weren't going to be that emotional couple running around the house throwing ourselves at people, lobbying for votes, because we knew that when we left the house - as sad and frustrating as that might be - that was going to be the start of our real relationship."We were the first people to acknowledge that your relationship in the house is going to be very different than your relationship in the real world and we'd grown so close to each other in the house that we were honestly kind of ready to take that next step.
The first one of these people was Kalon Mc Mahon, from this last season of the season by arriving via helicopter, and proceeded to scheme and shiest his way through the season until he was ultimately eliminated for referring to Emily's six-year old daughter Ricki as ‘baggage'. He's lied at every single Elimination Ceremony, and according to him, there's not one single person he hasn't been dishonest with. Now Lindzi I disliked for different, less logical reasons.
She doesn't strike me as a particularly bad person, but she spells her name completely wrong and her hair is so ridiculously attractive that I sometimes can't even follow the dialogue in a scene on because I'm too distracted by its silken shine. Those two things, combined with the fact that she and Kalon hooked up early on and subsequently became infatuated with each other uninterested in spending time with anyone else on the show, made me pretty much write her off as a compelling, sympathetic character. Week by week, these two weren't just hooking up and scheming.
Fans of ABC's hit reality franchise were thrown for a loop this spring when luxury brand consultant Mc Mahon, 29, berated Bachelorette Emily Maynard's daughter and called her "baggage," but on Monday's episode of , the show's villain appears to be changing his tune.
PHOTOS: Bachelor Pad's sexy stars On a one-on-one date with Lindzi Cox, Mc Mahon ditches his bitter behavior and opens up to the woman he is closest to in the mansion.
I think everyone realised that if we did end up in the finals with them, we were so well-liked in the house that no-one was going to win against us."Before the rose ceremonies, it seemed like you could tell everyone what they wanted to hear and convince them you were telling them the truth. Lindzi and I honestly went into the rose ceremonies with a clear idea in our head who we were voting for because it was usually the obvious decision... It is much easier to just simply tell someone what they want to hear, agree with them, and then go on about your business, because until the very end the voting was secret.
Read on to find out what he had to say about the current status of his relationship with Lindzi, see him hit back at Ed's comment that he "isolated" himself, and discover how he feels about Erica now.... We filmed them very, very close so I was still the same person. I was much more comfortable, much happier, much more outgoing on I was a little more comfortable.
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